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  • SOFIN introduced a new smart contract
    • We have prepared several significant changes with which it is important to familiarize the project participants and potential investors. The main change relates
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  • Business just got easier with BitBay’s “Buy/Sell Anything” Smart Contract Template
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  • What is Blockchain and Smart Contracts? Brief introduction
    • All this hype has been rising exponentially, however, most of the people know nothing about how blockchain technology works, what is a smart contract and how it could be used. For this very reason, I…
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  • Ethereum’s smart contracts are full of holes
    • Blockchain-powered computer programs promise to revolutionize the digital economy, but new research suggests they’re far from secure.
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SOFIN introduced a new smart contract

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  • The main change relates to replacing the current smart contract with a new one.
  • All holders of old tokens have already been credited with new ones without changing their count.
  • Now the name of the SOFIN token will be displayed correctly on all services, instead of the value N / A (Not Available).
  • Correct display of the name is a prerequisite for carrying out Airdrop.
  • You can find out more about the SOFIN project on our Telegram channel: http://t.me/sofin

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Business just got easier with BitBay’s “Buy/Sell Anything” Smart Contract Template

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  • Business just got easier with BitBays Buy/Sell Anything Smart ContractTemplateYou probably have heard about smart contracts.
  • With BitBays Buy/Sell Anything template, you can now create your own smart contract in seconds and without hassle.
  • How do I use BitBays buy/sell anything template?Unlike smart contracts of the past, using our templates doesnt require the need to read and write complicated computer code.
  • Whats next forBitBay?In addition to our Buy Sell Coins, Custom Contract, and the new Buy/Sell Anything templates, you can keep an eye out for these new templates in the next couple months: – Hire SomeoneFind a JobBarter/TradeOn March 14, 2018 (before the next 3 templates), we will be releasing our…
  • With our new GUI combined with easy-to-use templates, BitBay will be the easiest public solution available for creating smart contracts to conduct business.

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    What is Blockchain and Smart Contracts? Brief introduction

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    • Brief introductionSource: dailymail.co.ukAll this hype has been rising exponentially, however, most of the people know nothing about how blockchain technology works, what is a smart contract and how it could be used.
    • Ethereum introduced so-called smart contracts and a way to perform actions by the rules defined in the contract.
    • Simply speaking Bitcoin is a platform for decentralised currency while Ethereum is a platform for decentralised currency and most importantengine for applications which can be run without a need of trusted third party (some central server).
    • Smart contractSmart contractis a piece of code which is stored in the blockchain network (on each participant database).
    • Then smart contract releases the payment and money is transferred to Tom automatically.

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    Ethereum’s smart contracts are full of holes

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    • Technologists are just beginning to figure out how to design them so they can be relied on not to lose peoples money, andas a new survey of Ethereum smart contracts illustratessecurity researchers are only now coming to terms with what a smart-contract vulnerability even looks like.
    • Enter the blockchain: Today, the most common conception of a smart contract is a computer program stored on a blockchain.
    • ICOs everywhere: One of the most popular applications of smart contracts has been to create new cryptocurrencies.
    • Heres a primer) – – – But hold your horses: Technologists still dont have a full picture of what a security hole in a smart contract looks like, says Ilya Sergey, a computer scientist at University College London, who coauthored a study on the topicpublished last week.
    • Sergey and colleagues used a novel tool to analyze a sample of nearly one million Ethereum smart contracts, flagging around 34,000 as vulnerableincluding the one that led to the Parity mishap.

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